When we’re your rock-solid reliable, surprisingly affordable and totally virtual IT department, you can leave all that technology stuff to us.
With our onsite and offsite backup systems providing security for your data, you’ll never have to ask, “What do you mean it’s gone?”
Should your business go to “the Cloud?” And what the heck is “the Cloud” anyway? We’ll help you decide if cloud computing makes sense for your company.
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That’s what you get when we’re your IT guys. Not only will we keep all your IT equipment running smoothly and your data totally secure, we’ll help you get the hardware and software you need to put plenty of daylight between your business and your competitors. And because we’re local, we can be at your place any time you need us in less than an hour. We don’t just claim that, we guarantee it. No wonder ITSG is the IT support and services company other Philadelphia-area companies recommend.
There has been quite a bit of advertising lately about “the cloud”. You will hear phrases like…“to the cloud” or “moving applications into the cloud” or “moving everything into the cloud” Most of the advertising does not bother to explain what this means; they just say it in such a way as to make it sound exciting. This type of advertising is designed to create “buzz,” which means that the company creating the advertising simply wants to get people talking about the idea. You can see this in the Microsoft ads that say “to the cloud.” They keep showing different situations and then some lady says, “To the cloud.” The worst one has her saying “Windows gives me the family that nature never could…” Another horrible ad that mocks the father, but you are left thinking, you don’t quite know what they are talking about, but you feel like you… Read more »
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Your desire to be responsive to our needs and maintain your first rate personal service speaks volumes as to the professional care and personal responsibility which you have brought to the table as you have worked with us to address our computer needs. - Rev. Joseph G. Morrissey, OSFS Provincial, Oblates of St. Francis de Sales Wilmington, DE